Dread’s Satanic Hispanics, the first all-Latino horror anthology from five indie-horror filmmakers, all hailing from a different corner of Latin America, kicks off the start of Hispanic Heritage Month releasing in North American theaters 14 September.
Stranded in the countryside – in the aftermath of a deadly outbreak – older brother Harry fights to protect his younger sister, Lily, while he desperately searches to find refuge with their father.
“Don’t run. Don’t scream. Don’t bleed.”
Written and directed by Kwon Oh-seung, Midnight follows a ruthless serial killer who hunts down a deaf woman through the streets of South Korea after she witnesses his brutal crime.
After a year in cyber captivity, the Unnamed Footage Festival is returning to the theaters of San Francisco for four days of found footage horror, faux documentary, and first-person POV programming.
“Found footage horror, faux documentary, POV cinema.”
Ditched delivers stomach-churning exploitation whilst flirting thematically with social-horror, but it is the classic “fuck you” ending that will linger with you long after the closing credits; feeling like a .44 caliber projectile piercing your brain.